Learn How To Do Vibrato On The Violin With a New & Ergonomic Approach To Teaching Violinists Vibrato Using "Cello Position"
FUN FACT about me:
I love violin technique.
As a teacher, the hardest thing for me to dissect was VIBRATO
(raise your hand if you can relate).
After 15 years of teaching, I finally figured out a really cool and ergonomic protocol to unlock the mystery of vibrato. I don't know anyone else who approaches violin vibrato quite like this and maybe that explains why this is one of my most popular videos.
Once you view the video below, I feel confident it will help you teach vibrato with greater success, or if you are a student, gain some tangible practice strategies to break down the inside steps of developing vibrato and help you learn it easier. I also share tips for parents on how to help their young children practice vibrato on the violin effectively.
While you are working on your vibrato it's a great time to evaluate your practice strategies. Watch 15 Ways to Optimize Violin Practice and to help make the most of your efforts in the practice room.
If you have tips to add to this subject please let us know in the comments below.
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